Preston North End goalkeeper Jamie Jones has joined Coventry City on an emergency loan.
The 25-year-old joined PNE from Leyton Orient last summer and started the season as first-choice keeper at Deepdale.
But he lost his place after the 2-1 home defeat to Bradford City in November and was replaced by Thorsten Stuckmann.
Jones was pushed further down the pecking order earlier this month by the signing of Sam Johnstone on loan from Manchester United,
The loan is initially for 31 days and can be extended to a maximum of 93 days.
Coventry have been in the market for a keeper since the return of Ryan Allsop to Bournemouth earlier in the week.
Jones is set to make his Sky Blues debut against Yeovil on Saturday.